UPDATE – Orientation for IEW courses will take place at NOON CST on Monday, August 29th. A link will be provided via email and in the Important Information section of this course. The session will be recorded and placed in the Important Information section if you are unable to make the live session, but you MUST watch before attending your first class session.
Join us for a writing journey using IEW’s Structure and Style approach. Students reading at a 6th–8th grade level will enjoy working through the redesigned curriculum. Opened to new or experienced IEW students. The student will only need the Student Packet and Binder for the writing portion of the class.
Students are encouraged to actively participate. They will see and hear each other as they learn which provides a classroom feel. Students are given the opportunity to present their stories to the class via webcam and microphone. Space is limited to provide a more personal experience and allow for interaction. Parents may want to be present with younger students and are always welcome in class. Parental involvement is required at this level. Knowledge or assistance with word processing and Google docs is also necessary.
Your student will have a live interactive class each week, assignments, and optional Minecraft activities. Each class can be used for a full writing credit. Writing assignments will be submitted via Google Docs. Attending live class is essential for success however sessions will be recorded. Classes are taught using methodology by The Institute for Excellence in Writing by teachers certified to teach with this method.
This course will be a two semester class, meeting weekly, using the required textbook Structure & Style Year 1 Level B Binder Student Packet.
This class will begin on Tuesday, September 13th from 11:30 am – 12:45 pm CST and will end Tuesday, May 2nd.
You can view the SKrafty Course Schedule and Holidays calendar Here: http://whenyouriseup.com/minecraft-homeschool-server/skrafty-homeschool-minecraft-calendar-and-schedule/
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